Meet the British author in a new episode of the podcast.
Published: 6. April 2021
In this episode, Linn Ullmann talks to to the British writer Deborah Levy about living and writing in lock-down, about intimacy and formality, the personal and political, and how “The I” is always a we.
That's something I very much miss in the pandemic, in this endless Zoom life, screen life, virtual life – we're just living without most of our senses. Touch, smell, spatial orientation. It's a very reduced way of living.
— Deborah Levy, author
She also talks about mothers, swimming and how it takes someone leaving to understand them better.
Also make sure to check out our bonus episode with two readings by Deborah Levy, from The Cost of Living and Swimming Home:
Read more about the episode at the website of my co-producer, The House of Literature.
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